Birmingham skip hire alternative
Man & van rubbish clearance cheaper than a skip
Things we can take
We take all types of non-hazardous junk and bulky waste, from furniture, bric-a-brac and electrical appliances to garden refuse, DIY and builder’s waste.
Things we cannot take
However, for health & safety and regulatory reasons, we regret that our crews cannot remove any of the following.
Biological or Medical waste
‘Box’ TVs / monitors (ie. CRTs) – but flat screen TVs/monitors are OK!
Gas bottles or Fire extinguishers
Oil, petrol or diesel
Paint or paint cans (unless empty)
Raw meat or raw fish (unless packaged)
Toxic substances, noxious chemicals & solvents
Domestic refuse (unless bagged)
Tyres (Car, Truck, Lorry, Tractor)
Pianos or any other items that cannot be lifted safely by two people
Commercial fridges, chiller cabinets, freezers or a/c units
Man & Van Birmingham
- No skip permit fees
- Loading and sweep up included
- Next day service guaranteed
- Charged by exact volume
- All types of waste taken
Skip Hire Birmingham
- Permit required if on road
- No labour provided
- Fixed load size
- Charged by size of skip
- Certain items prohibited
Rubbish Removal Birmingham
Searching for skip hire in Birmingham? We offer a simple and cheap alternative. AnyJunk is Birmingham’s leading man and van rubbish removal company. Our services include DIY & builders waste disposal, office clearance, house clearance,man & van rubbish clearance, general junk removal, and garden clearance.
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Read what our customers say
AnyJunk did an excellent job clearing my garage. Cheaper than a skip, very friendly & they did all the lifting. Will certainly use them again.
5 interesting facts about Birmingham
1. Birmingham City Football Club used to be called the Health Alliance and were founding members of the second division.
2. With more than 500,000 visitors a year, The Birmingham Hippodrome is the UK’s favourite theatre venue.
3. Brian Lara scored 501* at Edgbaston – it remains the highest ever score by a batsman in first class cricket.
4. The giant logo from the top of the famous HP tower, demolished in 2007, is now in the city’s Museum & Art Gallery.
5. University College Birmingham is the most ‘spread out’ university in the UK – 30 buildings cover 267 square miles.